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Old 06-01-03, 09:27 PM
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does anyone know if this movie is coming out on dvd on 6/3. some lists have it on to be released and some lists don,t include it. this movie has been out on dvd before but I,ve never been able to find it in any stores so is this a rerelease?
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Let me try VIDEOETA.com
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Old 06-01-03, 10:54 PM
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Is there more than one version. I'm coming up with a Chuck Heston movie from 1976
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It is already out! Widescreen (non-anamorphic). DVDpricesearch.com is your friend.
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on a thread by Brak55[upcoming classics of pre-1980 films on dvd ]he lists two minute warning from 1976 to be released on 6/3 but on most other lists it's not there. so I wanted to know if anyone knew any thing about this
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I had no idea it was (coming) out. I might pick it up. It's one of the more unfairly maligned films of the seventies. If the script had been streamlined to eliminate the "disaster film" soap opera schematic, it could have been an absolute classic. The suspense, which is very skillfully handled, is frequently undermined by the needless insertion of "personality groups".
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I am confused, everyone seem to think this is the first time this title came out on DVD.I bought it from Ken cRanes back in 2000, it is widescreen, with trailer. Is this a new version? Or just a price reduction.
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